Nine characteristics of titanium
Pure titanium composed of more than 99.9% Ti, and other trace of Fe, C, H, O. This composite is harmless to human body. Titanium material will not pollute our earch, and air environment. By far, it is the strongest curable metal and non-toxic chemical pollutions.
The tensile strength & the yield strength of titanium is very high. During shaping process, its resilience is very strong. After shaping, the rigidity is strong and deformation is solid. Giving the same volume of all metal products, the strength of titanium products if the strongest and it highest strength have not been surpassed.
Titanium is non-toxic and perfect compatible with the human body and blood. It is widely adopted in the medical industry in making human apparatus.
Titanium has bacteria inhibit function. It can inhibit the growth of bacteria and eliminate harmful bacteria in there state of environment. Titanium utensil can do this matter in your daily life.
The wall thickness of titanium products is the most thinnest of all metal ware. Titanium surface is not easy to be scaled which can reduced thermal resistance. The heat will go from the bottom to the core very quickly. But, the heat will transfer from left to right very slowly which in turn will keep the handles temperature very low.
Titanium can be placed in the deep sea in a long period of time and it will not rust. Titanium is very stable in many medium. It can be placed in a alkali and acid solution and it will not corrode. It is because the air oxygen generate a layer of dense solid titanium dioxide which protect it from corrosion.
High temperature resistant
Titanium melting point is 1688°C. It can be long term used without any stres under 600°C. Titanium cookware is not easily to be deform in high temperature cooking.
Low temperature resistance
The strength of titanium will be decreased with temperature under -253°C. It is good durability and strength avoiding metal embrittlement. Titanium is called " warm metal" when working in low temperature.
Titanium is 4.51 g/cm3 in density which is higher than aluminum, yet, lower than steel, cooper and nickel. Its weight is close to aluminum at the same volume. It is an ideal metal for a strong composite metal without the weight like steel.